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In an effort to avoid paying General Motors a licensing fee to use the next Corsa's chassis, PSA just switched in one of its own with less than two years on the clock before its full launch
In a shock move Vauxhall and Opel are axing every single EU dealership, with only some of them eventually being invited to reapply for their franchise
Vauxhall has revealed the latest member of its GSi family, and it's been given the same suspension and brake setup as the range-topping VXR model
It may be a very good car and we really do want it to do well, but with the best will in the world the pricing still looks pretty steep...
During final testing of the breathed-on Insignia, Vauxhall discovered that it laps the Nurburgring a massive 12 seconds faster than the older but more powerful VXR
It's a tenth of a second faster to 62mph than a BMW 330i of the same age, and it's definitely good value, but would you consider the surprisingly genteel Insignia VXR as a viable fast saloon alternative to the likes of the 3 Series?
If you were going to get a MkII or MkIII Astra, it had to be a GSi, but 12 years after last being seen on a Vauxhall the badge has been given a new playground on a 256bhp Insignia
With Holden's Commodore no longer in production and Holden itself in the process of shutting down permanently, there's no future for the VXR8. At least it's going out in style, though, with a 15-car special edition
The UK's Transport Select Committee has said Vauxhall showed "a reckless disregard for safety" with the amount of time it took to take action on a fire issue related to the Zafira B
With prices dropping below £3000, the old, 237bhp Astra VXR is suddenly looking quite tempting
Well played, Vauxhall. The company has renamed its shade of yellow in tribute to the elderly man whose yellow Corsa was vandalised for 'spoiling' tourist photos of his picturesque village